Basics of Line Art Workshop

Basics of Line art Workshop with Anu Bhargavi Sreenivasan

Line Art is described as the art of creating illustrations using basic strokes of different weights and angles that show form and depth. This art focuses only on lines. The history of line art goes back 75,000 years. The first line art drawing is said to be found in South Africa and is 73,000 years

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Kashmiri Paper mache

Kashmiri Paper Mache Art Pattern Painting with Barooja

Kashmiri Paper Mache is a famous Kashmiri handicraft that was introduced by Muslim Saint Mir Syyed Hamadini from Persia in the 14th century in Medieval India. It is said that he was visiting Kashmir and along with him brought skilled artisans and craftsmen. There are two types of Kashmiri paper mache which are Sakhtsazi and

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Paper cutting

Paper Cutting Workshop with Khushboo Harshad Patel

Papercutting was first introduced by China in the 4th and 5th centuries. The Chinese developed the art of paper cutting and called it Chien-Chih. Paper cuts are created with thin red paper using traditional designs. Papercutting as art is known by various names such as scherenschnitte in Germany and Switzerland, Kirigami in Japan and Wycinanki

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abstract workshop

The Art of Abstract Workshop with Ojal Sharma

Abstract art has been around for over 100 years. Wassily Kandinsky is named The Father of Abstract art. Modern art was born early in the 20th century and is also known as non-objective art. Abstract art did not develop between World War I & II. In the 1950s, abstract art was accepted and practised in

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miniature gouache landscape

Miniature Gouache Landscape Workshop with Shobha Krishnan

The term Gouache was used in France in the 18th century to describe a type of painting that was made from pigments bound in water-soluble gum like watercolour. Gouache forms a thick layer of paint on the paper surface. Gouache was used by the Egyptians and Rocco artist Francois Boucher. Contemporary painters use gouache in

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Abstract Knife Painting Workshop with Anamika Singh

Abstract Knife Painting Workshop with Anamika Singh

Abstract art is all about using one’s creativity and visualization and bringing them together to form a wonderful piece of art without even going into great detail. Using knives, one can add versatility to their imagination and bring their emotions to life through artwork.  In order to introduce the magic of abstract art in a

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Asbstract art with acrylic

Abstract Art with Acrylic Workshop With Divyanshi Lahoti

Abstraction among paintings remains popular because of its independence of creating unique art. Abstract art with acrylics is the best way to convey one’s thoughts through painting. The fun part is that, like any creative work, there are no hard and fast rules, except the ones you make yourself. To learn more about the realism

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Abstract Painting And paper cut Workshop

Abstract Painting And Paper-Cut Workshop With Komal Mishra

The concept of paper-cutting art has changed a lot as artists like to improvise and experiment with it. There is no particular design that has to be followed and its endless creative freedom is what attracts people towards it. To fabricate such unique art, Rooftop conducted a workshop with Komal Mishra. About The Artist Komal

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